The ‘A Touch of Grace Gala’ in Monaco celebrated Princess Grace’s inspiring legacy with an exceptional three-day fundraising event to recognize the three main roles of Princess Grace’s life: Princess, Actress and Lady, and to honour her exemplary contribution to positive change. The three-day tribute to Princess Grace by Ladies and the City, started on Friday evening with a cocktail and a gala dinner in the Salle Empire of the Hotel de Paris, on the Place du Casino in Monte-Carlo.
This was followed by a silent auction and a short live auction, as well as by a fashion show, ‘Dress to Change the World’. The show was hosted by Suzy Amis Cameron with live music performed by Robin Lemesurier, Alain Lanty and Julien Clerc. Grace Kelly, the Hollywood legend from the 1950s was celebrated on Saturday in the Princess Grace Theatre during a Mini Film Festival open to the public and hosted by Women Make Movies. Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘To Catch a Thief’ was screened in the presence of Dennis Maguire, President of Paramount Home Media Distribution; set on the French Riviera the 1955 classic is probably the most famous Grace Kelly movie.